We are just two days away from the NBA trade deadline and not much is brewing for the Detroit Pistons.
They've been mentioned as possibilities for a few players but so far there hasn't been any movement towards a big trade.
It's more likely other teams will continue to call about the Pistons' veterans, as Bojan Bogdanovic, Alec Burks and Monte Morris have all drawn interest from multiple teams.
James Edwards III of The Athletic (Subscription) reported that the Minnesota Timberwolves have interest in veteran point guard Monte Morris, which makes sense, as they could use more depth behind Mike Conley Jr. for their inevitable playoff run.
But do the Timberwolves have any realistic assets the Pistons would want?
What the Pistons aren't getting from the Timberwolves in a trade
The Detroit Pistons likely have interest in bringing Morris back, as they will still need a veteran point guard coming off the bench and Morris has shown interest in staying in Detroit, as he is from Michigan.
So the Pistons aren't going to just give Morris away for nothing, but they also aren't going to get a big return for him. I'm sure Detroit would love a first-round pick, but that's not happening, even though the Timberwolves do still have their own pick in 2024.
The Pistons aren't swinging for Jaden McDaniels or Naz Reid or anywhere close, so if they do trade Morris, don't expect much in return, but they do have some options.